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Celebrating our women's achievements


Pro - Vice Chancellor: Research & Academic Affairs

Professor Rosemary Moyana

D.Phil. (UZ); M.A. (UZ); M.A. (West Chester, USA);Teaching Certificate (Lincoln, USA); B.A. (Lincoln, USA).

Professor Rosemary Moyana’s areas of research interest include Literature: African Literature in English, European & English Literature, African American and Caribbean Literature––prose, poetry and drama; gender studies; children’s literature; theories of literature and literary criticism.

Pedagogy: The teaching of English to primary and secondary schools; research methods; supervision of projects and post-graduate dissertations and PhD theses.

She has over published over 40 books and peer reviewed articles.

Executive Director for Research and Innovation

Professor Florence Mtambanengwe

Professor Florence Mtambanengwe is the Executive Director for Research and Innovation in the Vice Chancellor’s Office at the University of Zimbabwe.  She is a Full Professor of Soil Productivity and Agro-systems Development and holds a PhD in Agriculture (Soil Science), MPhil Science (Biological Management of Tropical Soils) and a BSc Honours Degree in Biological Sciences (Ecology & Microbiology major) all from the University of Zimbabwe. Prof Mtambanengwe also takes a leading role in impact-oriented research with particular emphasis on women farmers and is part of the successful University of Zimbabwe - Soil Fertility Consortium for Southern Africa (UZ-SOFECSA) Research team spearheading resource mobilization for the University through winning projects in Integrated soil fertility management and Climate Change research.


Dr Agnes Chitsidzo Chikonzo

Dr Agnes Chikonzo is the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Librarian. She holds a PhD degree in Information Science from the University of Pretoria, a Master of Library & Information Science (MLIS,) from the University of Botswana (UB) where she was awarded the Indian High Commissioner’s Prize for the Best Student and Student of Good Conduct in the Faculty of Humanities. She also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Library & Information Science from the same University which she passed with a Distinction and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Zimbabwe. Her research interests pertain particularly to Information Communication Technologies and Libraries. She has therefore published articles on Information Communication Technologies in International Journals. In addition to this, she has also published articles on other research topics, i.e. Information Needs and Information Seeking Behaviour and HIV and AIDS and has contributed to book chapters.

She has presented papers at International Conferences such as Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA), Medical Library Association (MLA), Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) and International Federation of Library Associations and Institutes (IFLA).

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